New Hampshire State Flower - Purple Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)
New Hampshire State Flower

Purple Lilac

(Syringa vulgaris)

The Purple Lilac (Syringa vulgaris), New Hampshire's official state flower, is a beloved symbol of the state's natural beauty and fragrant charm. Renowned for its stunning clusters of fragrant, purple blossoms, the Purple Lilac typically blooms in late spring, adding a burst of color and a sweet aroma to New Hampshire's landscape. Its selection as the state flower in 1919 reflects the state's appreciation for the lilac's enduring elegance and its role in New Hampshire's rich horticultural history. The Purple Lilac stands as a cherished emblem of the Granite State, representing its commitment to both natural beauty and enduring traditions.

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